This Radical 1970 Ford F-100 is Looking for a New Home!
Fifth-generation F-Series trucks are pretty awesome in their original stock form. But they also make great custom cruisers, especially if you go mild with the mods and don’t do anything too crazy. This 1970 F-100 is a perfect example of what can be done with a few tasteful upgrades, and it’s currently for sale to boot.
It all starts on the outside, which has been treated to a radical Grabber Blue and Performance White paint job. It’s a color combo that conjures up thoughts of Boss Mustangs, which is a good thing for us fans of all things Blue Oval. The Torq Thrust wheels fit that color scheme to a tee, and represent the era rather well.
Under the hood sits a 351 Windsor crate motor, which is backed up by a C4 automatic transmission. Pretty much everything you see in the engine bay and underneath the truck is new – including the brakes, tie rods, wheel bearings, u-joints, seals, etc. Mechanically, she’s ready to roll!
The interior has been redone as well, and is mostly stock save for a Grant steering wheel and Lokar shifter. Like the rest of the truck, it’s super clean and tastefully done. With only 200 miles since the restoration was completed, it’s almost like buying a new 1970 F-100. If you’re into that sort of radical thing (and who isn’t?), you can check it out here.